Lorraine Davis

Tap andJazz Tutor

Lorraine is a Performance Artist, Teacher and Choreographer and has worked professionally all over the world as a dancer, performer, teacher and choreographer.

 

Lorraine currently teaches Matt Mattox Jazz Technique and Tap for ICT and also teaches Horton Contemporary Technique and Commercial for ArtsEd.

Some professional performance credits include West End Musicals King (Piccadilly Theatre) The Cotton Club (Aldwych Theatre) Stomp (Vaudeville and Ambassador Theatre London, National and European tour, Stuart Street Playhouse Boston USA, USA tour and world tour). Carmen The Opera (Birmingham NEC and European tour) New York on Tap (Queen Elizabeth Hall) Sammy (Stratford Theatre Royal and national tour) Jonzi D’s Bustin Moves (Spitz London) Lost and found Orchestra (Brighton Dome, Sydney Opera House, Royal Festival Hall, Carrie Theatre Amsterdam, Koln and USA tour. Lorraine has also appeared in Top of the pops, Brit Awards, Royal Variety show, Live at the Palladium, Blue Peter, Paul O’Grady show and The Graham Norton show.

Lorraine has also choreographed for Millennium Performing Arts, London Studio Center, Arts Educational, shows at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Stratford Theatre Royal and Wang Center Boston USA and loves teaching at ICTheatre!

Lorraine Davis

Lorraine is a Performance Artist, Teacher and Choreographer and has worked professionally all over the world as a dancer, performer, teacher and choreographer. Lorraine currently teaches Matt Mattox Jazz Technique and Tap for ICT and also teaches Horton Contemporary Technique and Commercial for ArtsEd. 

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